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Thread: Uneven Ride Height Adjustment on DTD?

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    Fresh Catch sjstar's Avatar
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    Thats the nice thing about coilover is that you can compensate for that uneven weight. If you actually measure most coil spring wranglers they have a good amount of lean to the passenger side. Those adjuster rings allow you to be picky about it.
    '16 Wranlger Unlimited Rubicon Hard Rock- Coilovers on 37s with all the supporting hardware.

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    Old Timer DWiggles's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by dillard09 View Post
    Just curious... how are you exempt? Dont you have DTD and Evolever rear? Did you get rid of you JK tank and go with a fuel cell?
    My jeep never leaned? Not with the 3" springs, not with the 4" springs, not with the DTD... so as I said, luckily for whatever reason my jeep doesn't suffer from the JK lean. It is somehow one of the few and not one of the many...

    But yes, the damn thing is ALWAYS empty... or always being filled up, whichever way you wanna look at it. 🤣

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    Last edited by DWiggles; 02-09-2019 at 05:43 PM.

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